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Cheyenne Record
Cheyenne Wells, Colo.
C. T. BOOERT, Owner and Publisher
Published erery Thursday in Cheyenne Wellr.
•Cheyenne county Colorado, and entered at the
postoffice us second class mall matter, April 3.191-
•ltoder the Act of March 3, 1879.
Subscription One Dollar per Year J
Display advertising 10c per inch j
«ach insertion: locals sc. per line each j
The wedding bells are ringing
in this part of the county again,
Mr. Leffingwell and daughter
Arrived home from Kansas last,
week. I
Mr Pfost and family and Rahes
took Xmas dinner with G. W.
/Strader and family,
G. Denison and family took |
Sunday dinner with C, F. Pfost
and family.
There was an attendance of
about 25 people at Grand View
Sunday School Sunday.
Ivan Rahewent to Horse Kans,
to help drive some cattle through
for H. E, Messick.
The Pfost and Ralie boys at
tended literary at the Waltman '
r.chool house last Saturday even- 1
A son was born Dec. 27th. to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Finlc.
Mrs. Floyd DeLong of Kit j
Carson, returned to her home;
Monday after a weeks visit at'
the home of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Bleifield.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuter entertain
ed the Lothian and Sullivan |
families, and Miss Pierson at
Sunday dinner.
Mr, and Mr. John Gallager
were afternoon callers at Mr. !
Reuters Sunday. I
Mr, and Mrs. Wm Schultz and»
Mr. and Mrs. Eichenberger were
Sunday guests at Mr. Danly’s.
F. F. Hibbard left last Tues- j
day for Denver to look after bus
iness interest there.
Miss Marion Lake returned to
Fort Collins Saturday morning,
The Jackson families spent
.Sunday at Mrs S. C. Hill.

Mr. Peugh is mt feeling very \
'..’i ll yet.
Sam Snyder has almost comple-
I'-d his now barn.
Kvorybody is busy nowdays
with broom-corn.
Viola Thrasher has been quite
' ;k with a bad cold.
Mr. Olinstead has been on the
k list f'.r the past few weeks.
Milton Anderson is now work
ing for Mr. Heden.
Mr. and .Mrs Iledenand family,
were Sunday visitors with Mr.
and Mrs. Ik dwell. |
Mr. Bid well has hired John
Shephard to work for him the
rest of the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harve Snyder
visited with the latters parents
during the Holidays.
The dance at C. B. Lamberts,
jdew Years was a success, every
body reported a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. Peugh, Mr. and
Mrs. Reden and family, also C.
Jleckart and Mother, were New
Years visitors at E. R. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Snyder. '
•md family, also Mr. and Mrs
Hocket and family, visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder New
Years day,
20,000 acres Cheyenne and
Lincoln county lands for sale.
Will sell in 160 acre tracts or
more. Easy terms. Write me
for prices. W. J. Morehart
35-6 t Mankato. Minn.
O. H. Lotts and Frank Boyack
of Independence, lowa, arrived
in Arapahoe Monday, They ate
former residents of this county.
Mr. Boyack, wife and baby have
come to stay, but Mr. Lotts is
here on a short visit.
Miss Grace Sears is visiting her
sister Mrs. Miles, at Hays Kaos.
Clarence Steel returnel to
school at FtCollins Sunday, after
spending vacation at home.
Misses Mario Clossen, Naomi
Mason and Herbert Maso return
ed to school at Cheyenne Wells
Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Sears Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Sears Mr. and Mrs
Healy were entertained at the
Steel home New Years.
A class in agricultuae will soon j
be formed under the instruction j
of Miss Nickerson.
Mr. Sadler had the smile that
won’t come oil' last week when '
he received his state certificate. !
Theodore Spencer is confined
Ito the house by grip. Harriette
' Vaughn and Mary McCrumb are 1
both detained at home on account.
1 of sickness.
Two pupils have withdrawn
from the grades during vacation, '
Dorward ICirst and Maggie Nor- '
ids. Atwood Rosson has with
drawn from the high school.
January 17 is the date set for
the lecture by Francis J. Gable
which is the nextlyceum number
Mr. Gable com.s highly recom
mended by the lyceum bureau as
a pleasing and instructive speak- 1
The teachers will take up the'
study of the development of the
American people beginning next
Monday night. They will use
one of the books from the teach
ers’ reading circle that is recom
mended by the state.
Mr. Akerly has built lockers
in the manual training room and
other improvements that will aid
the work and also ke%p the room
cleaner. He has also installed a !
stove in the domestic science j
room that he may have that for !
a gluing room.
Mr, and Mrs. Kanneberg, of
Wild Horse, spent the greater
part of Monday around the
schools watching the work of
Edwin. They were especially j
pleased with the personal inter-1
est taken in him by his teachers. 1
They were greatly interested
when they saw a beautiful quar-1
tered oak piano bench that Ed- ‘
win has nearly completed. It is
very gratifying to the teachers
to have parents come in and see 1
what their children are doing. |
One of the business men made
a verp good criticism of the high I
school work this week. He said
the high school pupils as a rule
were miserable penmen. He
could have said that they were 1
poor spellers also. But spelling
is given in the high school twice j
a week, a subjetc very rarely .
taught in high schools. Perhaps
the writing can be remedied.
Honest criticism is good for a
scho'l. It. helps us to. see olir
weakness, and we shall try to
profit by it. Come up, parents,
and see where the mtstakes are
and let us know. Why would’t
a big parent’s meeting be a goog
thing for parents and school?.
Happy New Year!
Little Pearl Ruck is quite ill.
Guy Rot in-on visited the
county seat Wednesday.
Mr. and M-is. Darnell Fuller
and children were callers here
f un lay,
The attendance at the Farmers
meeting- was rather small, ovirg
o cold weather.
Mrs Jack Tinsley is visiting
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Delos Curti3.
Tho dance given in the school
house Saturday night is reported
as having been a success.
First V'e v is still on the map,
but has been so busy that news
i.ems has been f: rgotten.
Llovd Fuller and Amy Daly re
turned to Cheyer.ne V ells Sun
day, after a two weeks vacation
at home.
The grip wave seems to have
readied First View, Mr. and Mrs,
John Driscoll and Mrs MelLoft
and sons are the latest victims.
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land office at
Hugo. Colorado. December 18. l9l'».
To Charles N. Hobbs of St. Louis. Missouri. Con
You are hereby notified that C. Grant Wallace,
who gives Ncaj City, Ness county, Kansas, as his
poatoffiee address, did on Dezembyr 18th 1915 file
in this office his duly corroborated application to
contest and secure the cancellation of your home
stead Ent,y.No. 9408 serial .\o. made Api il21;h
, 1908 for the northwest quarter (nw 1 *) of section
(6) township (IDs) range (lGw) 6th principal me
ridian, and as grounds for his contest he alleges
j that you have never resided upon, cultivated or
; improved said land but have wholly abandoned
the same, ull of said defects still exist.
I You are. therefore, further notified thatthesaid
allegations will be taken by this office as having
| been confessed by you, and your said entry will
be cancelled thereunder without your further
right to be heard therein, either before this office
. or on appeal, if you fail to file in this office within
| twenty' day.; after the FOURTH publication cf
this notice, us shown below, your answer under
oath, specifically meeting and responding to these
allegations of contest, or if you fail within that
time to file in this office due proof that you have
served a copy of your answer on the said contes
, taut cither in person or by registered mail. If
this »or-ice is made by the delivery of a cony
of your answer to the contestant in person, proof
of such sc-r\ice must be either the said contest
ant's written acknowledgement of his receipt of
the copy, showing the date of the receipt or the
affidavit of the person by'Whom the delivery was
made stating when and where the copy was de
livered; if made by registered mail, proof of such
service must consist of the affidavit of the person
by whom the copy was mailed stating when and
the postoffice to which it was mailed, and this af
fidavit must-be accompanied by the poatmsater's
receipt for the letter.
You should state in your answer the name of
postoffice to which you desire future notices sent
to you.
J. R. Beavers. Register.
John J. M'saemer, Receiver.
CHAS. C. TURNER. Atty for Contestant. Chey
enne Wells, Colorado,
Date of 1st publication Dec. 23. 1915.
2nd “ Dec. 80
*' “ 3rd Jan 6 1916
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